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amy coveno in laconia tonight, and the defense here making some case. indeed. there are four public defenders on kibby's team. 12 defense motions were heard today, the biggest one a move to suppress 55 pieces of evidence that the defense lawyers say were illegally obtained by investigators, including a mask, sex toys, guns, and counterfeit money. but the first move that the defense team made was to try to get the lead prosecutor thrown off the case. nathaniel kibby appeared at ease and in good spirits, dressed in a dress shirt, tie, and cabbing i pants. kibby was indicted on 205 charges in the alleged kidnapping and sexual assault of a 14-year-old north conway teen who was released in the same location where she vanished after 282 days. kibby has been in custody since his arrest in july 2014 and is
accused of making a jail house threat against associate attorney general jane young. the incident prompting the defense to ask that young be recused from the case. >> you cannot be the lead prosecutor and a victim at the same time and keep those two interests separate. reporter: the motion was denied. the defense then argued to suppress a mountain of evidence obtained from nathaniel kibby's gorham trailer including sex toys, cd's and dvd's, some containing pornography. the defense argued that the state didn't have probable cause and was merely on a, quote, fishing expedition and cannot retroactively justify why the evidence was taken. >> they immediately were aware that they had some value because of the assaults the victim endured, although at the time she had not disclosed that they were used on her. reporter: they argue their client is being charged in violation of the double jeopardy sta tult.
of sex assault. >> there is a prej digs here and the prejudice is mr. kibby's opportunity to have that process go through. and to have that grand jury make a determination on accurate information. reporter: the defense says they've been buried under 32,000 pages of discovery by the state, and complaints that so many of the pages are so heavily redacted that it's impacting their ability to strenuously defend their client, nathaniel kibby. february. amy coveno, wmur news 9. tom: thank you. tonight serious accusations have surfaced against the goalie for the manchester monarchs. court paperwork alleges he strangled his girlfriend and the charges don't stop there. wmur's shelley walcott joins us live from the arena with what we've learned so far. shelley: well, the tom, goalie patrick bardasac has been
charged with domestic sought and making threats against his girlfriend, it happened yesterday at this apartment complex, he's facing a felony charge of second degree assault for allegedly strangling his girlfriend. the 22-year-old is also fating seven simple assault charges for allegedly grabbing his girlfriend, pushing her against the wall and slapping her. he is also charged with three counts of criminal threatening and stalking his girlfriend at the mall of new hampshire where she works. the manchester monarchs did release a statement that reads, this is a very serious matter and these allegations represent a type of behavior we do not stand for. we will continue to gather information and comment further when appropriate. bardasak whose home address is in california is free on $10,000 cash bond. his next court appearance will be on december 16. live in manchester, i'm shelley walcott, wmur news 9. tom: sadly tonight, police have confirmed that the body of a
has been recovered from the pemigewasset river. 23-year-old jake nawn was last seen on thursday by the common man inn in plymouth. investigators say it's too early to comment on the circumstances surrounding his death, an autopsy will be done tomorrow. a private candle light vigil is being held on campus at this hour. we have new information released today about a 30-year-old cold case. jennifer: authorities say science has been able to narrow down some profile information about a woman and three children found in the woods of allenstown. now officials are looking for the public's help in this. andy hershberger is hugh with new details. reporter: officials say the case is 30 years old, but they still get tips almost monthly. now they're releasing new information in the hope of getting that one most critical lead. they are forgotten faces who met a violent end. but investigators say science has revealed much about these
that is three decades old. >> we are able to draw new very detailed maps of where our victims lived, where they were raised, and new timeline to their movements immediately prior to their death. reporter: in 1985, the body of an adult woman and a child were found in a metal drum in the allenstown woods n.2000, two more children were found in another barrel, not far from the first. all were victims of homicide and were never identified. but three years of forensic study focusing on isotopes in the bones, teeth and hair show the adult and two of the children are related, most likely a mother and two daughters. it's also likely they are from the northeast, quite possibly new hampshire. the middle child is not related to the other three, and likely came from somewhere in the upper midwest. >> but they were killed at the same time, and this time period has now been narrowed down to somewhere between 1980 and 1984.
reporter: authorities also say that all four victims spent up to three months together, most likely in new hampshire, prior to their deaths, disputing theories that they were killed allenstown. investigators said these pictures and new profile information is about all that science can do in this case. now they just need a break. >> the unanswered question needs to be answered. so it has been frustrating, but it not worth giving up on. reporter: official says they can't do this without your help, anyone who may have information can call 1800 the loss. tom: tonight much of europe remains on edge following friday's terror attacks in paris. a stadium in germany evacuated today and a soccer match with the netherlands canceled because police believe they had credible threats of a possible attack. meanwhile, raids continued in france and germany as police
who they say helped carry out friday's attacks. france continues to fight back against isis, dropping more than a dozen bombs destroying command and training centers in syria. the mother of of the new hampshire journalist executed by isis testified before congress late this afternoon. diane foley is questioning u.s. policy of not negotiating with terrorists, saying that there is no hard evidence that it saves american lives. wmur's adam sexton joins us live in the newsroom to explain. reporter: well, tom, this hearing before the house foreign affairs committee wrapped up a couple hours ago. diane foley testifying that her son and their family were essentially abandoned by the u.s. government during james foley's nearly two-year captivity. they are now questioning america's long standing policy of not negotiating with terrorists. members of the committee asked mrs. foley about the value isis saw in her son james. >> he was used as a pop grand da tool. -- propaganda tool.
money off of him, oh, yes. the propaganda only came when our government would not engage in any way. nobody would negotiate for him, no one cared. so they thought, well, hey, we can make a spectacle of this. reporter: in her testimony mrs. foley did acknowledge that this is a complex issue and they do not want to end up funding terrorism in any way. however, she claims it would be better to engage with these people in order to save any lives. adam sexton, wmur news 9. jennifer: the federal government is adding resources to help new hampshire fight the war on heroin. senator kelly ayotte announced today the d.e.a. will it plenty a so-called strike force continue crease coordination between federal, state and local law enforcement. the move also funds a full-time u.s. attorney in new hampshire who will focus squarely on the prosecution of drug trafficking. >> i know that it will help us focus on the high level drug
that i certainly welcome today. i have previous written the department of justice and asked them to fund in prosecutor position, so i was very glad to have the d.e.a. tell me today that they're going to fund in position for new hampshire. jennifer: senator ayotte is also sponsoring a bill to make it illegal to distribute the painkiller fentanyl and make that the same crime as selling heroin. tom: still to come tonight, a day care owner on trial after a child in her care dies. what prosecutors say she did that put children in danger. jennifer: plus it's time to get the skis tuned up, where you can hit the slopes for free tomorrow here in new hampshire. mike: a look at what some rain moves in. >> david ortiz, this is his
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approve this message. tom: state police say a car clocked at 107 miles per hour on i-93 in bow had an 8-month-old child inside. jennifer: just after 10:00 this morning state police aircraft spotted this speeding lexus. 29-year-old philip shaw of concord was arrested for reckless driving and endangering the welfare of a child. he will be in court january 8. tom: an enfield day care owner is on trial charged in connection with the march 2014 death of a little girl in her care. 4-year-old willa clark died just days after her brown hooded jacket got caught on a stick fort, leaving her hanging in the defendant's back yard. 56-year-old mary ellen buret was alone watching five children under 5 at the time and was inside when it happened. she faces charges of reckless conduct and two of running an
unlicensed day care. >> they are was a structure that a two or three and two 4-year-olds were playing around over 85 feet from the defendant's house while the defendant was inside caring for a 3-month-old and preparing lunch. >> this is a, my word, one in a million horrible, horrible accident. tom: that trial is expected to last three days. jennifer: to commitment 2016 tonight, breaking news, louisiana governor republican bobby jindal has just announced that he is dropping out of the race for the white house. in recent weeks jindal had focused his campaign in iowa and he had not aannounced a date to sign the paperwork to be on the ballot in new hampshire's first in the nation primary. so again, governor jindal, out of the race for the white house. tom: mike haddad in with weather, another sunny day today. mike: not all that bad when you get the sunshine all day long. bright skies tomorrow.
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ski for free with a donation to the local food bank, pretty good deal. weather permitting. it plans to reopen for the weekend. mike: certainly cold enough to make more snow up north, already sub freezing in many spots, including parts of central and southern new hampshire. notice clear skies right now, a system back to the west, but that will not work in tonight, which is a great opportunity to see another meteor shower that peeks tonight, it's the leonids. this one is not as active as other ones. the activity again fairly low, compared to the other once we see, so only about 10, maybe 12 to 15 per hour if we're lucky. the best viewing certainly once the moon does set. that will be late this evening and mainly away from any bright lights. again we have clear skies and temperatures are tumbling right now. 20's and low 30's, so freezing or below concord north and west
region and all of the monadnock region as well. just a little above that manchester and over towards the coastline. so tonight you get the idea, cold now, gets even colder overnight with the coldest so far this season. teens up north, low 20's along the lake shores, upper teens in tupper valley, concord's low so far this season 19. back on october 19th. this morning down to 20. tomorrow a good bet of of getting down to 16 or 17. mid 20's at the coast, just above record lows for this time of year. now, record lows possibly near the coast, but again just shy of that tonight. while it's milder off to the west, and this is the air mass that builds in over the next few days, through friday afternoon. then it will begin to cool down as we go into the weekend, with a couple of rain or snow showers along about sunday morning. but before we get to all of that, there's one system to track this week, it does not work in tomorrow, so a lot of sun as high pressure slowly builds on top of new hampshire. once we get into thursday,
that's when the clouds lower and thick expen the rain moves in mostly during the afternoon. so here's a look at the timeline again, bright skies all day tomorrow, slightly milder be it was for today. then on thursday thickening cloud early with showers mostly in the afternoon, and continuing on and off thursday night, probably into early on friday through the commute and then late morning on dryer air will slowly build in to clear us out for the afternoon. high temperatures again today, making a run slightly above today, mid 40's at the coast, right around 50 in the merrimack valley, upper 40's near 50 in the monadnock region. similar temperatures from rochester all the way back through concord, clairemont, good portion of of the white mountains in the mid to upper 40's as will be the great north woods as well. so a beautiful looking wednesday, and then after that things are going to change around a little bit. take a look at what happens for thursday. the clouds are in, showers in the afternoon into the evening, and early friday. then it dries out, saturday is
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jamie: boston bruins on their home ice tonight ready to take on the san jose sharks at 7:00. a couple bruins players will hit milestones, game 700 of side enberg's career, 300 for mcquade. david ortiz ready for his farewell season, big papi will turn 40 years old tomorrow, he's set to retire after the 2016 season. neither the red sox nor ortiz have confirmed this yet. he will make $11 million this year, the all-star has 503 career home runs, 445 in a boston uniform. that's behind only ted williams and yaz. speaking of baseball, granite state baseball dinner coming up on sunday at the center of new hampshire radisson and manchester, the annual dinner hosted by the fisher cats and chris carpenter. jackie bradleyier from the red sox one of the featured speakers, so go to the fisher cats website for more information. one of the new vendors at the ski and snow board expo in
meyer skis, a new company on the market started by a u.n.h. grad, class of 1985. there he is, ted, he grew up skiing cannon and wildcat in new hampshire. he was in the software business but decided it wasn't for him, so he started meyer skis and it's going well. what makes your skis different than what we'll see in a store like rossignol or k2? >> ai think a lot of of things, number one they're u.s. made. we make the skis ourselves, we don't just brand them and have someone make them overseas, we make them ourselves in colorado. number two, we make them out of rocky mountain harvested aspen and pine beetle kill, which you don't find a lot. it's a very eco friendly ski. jamie: continuing to gear up for the high school football state championship game set for sunday
at u.n.h., the d2 title game features the defending champs from windham against undefeated st. thomas. the saints lost in the title revenge. >> we talk about that a lot with each other. it's been kind of our theme this whole year getting back there and winning it. windham. >> we're excited to have a chance to play another state championship. it's not every day a group of kid gets to play twice in their four years here. so i'm excited for the seniors of this team and the kids in the program to get to play on sunday. >> so good luck to the saints. tom: right now on wmur.com we're putting your memory to the test, take our quiz to see if you can match the slogan with the product it's advertising. jennifer: and thanksgiving is just over a week away now, so we'd like to see what you're thankful for. upload your pictures to our u local page. tom: tune in for "new hampshire chronicle," it follows "world news." we'll see you back here
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